Some packaging-related trends for 2018 – Part 2

The most important trend in the Indian economy as well as the Indian packaging industry is hardly a trend; it is more or less a fact of life – uncertain and gradual but positive expansion of the industry and the continued evolution in its use of technology and best practices.

PET bottles for drugs are being looked at once again

Clear, strong and lightweight polyethylene terephthalate plastic (PET) is widely used for pharma bottles around the world. PET is also used for bottled water, soft drinks,

Major Hindi dailies can flex their muscles in the coming 5...

The Hindi dailies represent around one-third of the printed newspaper in the country. Recent examination of the DAVP list of language papers, ABC circulation figures and the IRS 2017 readership survey figures have

Some packaging-related trends for 2018 – Part 1

What packaging trends do you see gaining prominence in 2018? Whether it be in innovation, design or consumers perspective. Sustainable packaging will carry on to be one of the biggest trends in 2018 – how do you see companies and brands tackling this?

Dr Samiran Chakraborty talks economics at the Elite Conference

A presentation by Dr Samiran Chakraborty, the chief economist of Citibank in India, at the recent Elite Conference in Mumbai in September was particularly interesting

Overview of the signage industry in India

The advertising industry of India is undergoing massive growth. The market reached a value of INR 51,000 crore (approximately US$ 8.1 billion) by 2016, recording a CAGR of 11% during 2011-2016.

What drives investment in the packaging industry?

Indian GDP for the quarter ending 30 June 2017 (Q1) has dipped further to 5.7% from 6.1% in the January to March quarter.

In India, 6,000 tons of plastic waste lies uncollected every day

Last year at the PDIT Conference in Mumbai, packaging designer Rob Vermeulen ended his presentation with a photograph of the plastic strewn beach at Juhu outside his hotel. 

Food for creativity and thought

The inaugural edition of the Packaging, Design, Innovation and Technology (PDIT) conference jointly organized by IPPStar and Messe Düsseldorf India saw overwhelming response with more than 110 delegates in attendance on the first day and a bit less on the second day of the conference.

What drives investment in the packaging industry?

Indian GDP for the quarter ending 30 June 2017 (Q1) has dipped further to 5.7% from 6.1%...

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